Stop Hanky Panky Shanghai Survey

Leestijd: < 1 minuut Asian Raisins needs your help! East and Southeast Asian Dutch people experience anti-Asian racism on a daily basis. The so-called birthday song “Hanky Panky Shanghai” is the epitome of how normal anti-Asian racism is in the Netherlands. Today it is often said by people that; Hanky Panky Shanghai ‘is no longer sung in schools. On the other hand, we get a lot of sounds that it still happens frequently. So we need proof for a future campaign “Stop Hanky Panky Shanghai”. Can you help us with this?

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Opinion: Why I write about racism

Leestijd: 3 minuten Thu Bui is schrijfster voor Asian Raisins, geboren in Saigon, Vietnam en woont momenteel in Nederland. Lees hier haar column ‘Why I Write About Racism’…

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Opinion: “Just a joke” is a feeble excuse to be racist

Leestijd: 4 minuten This article was written by Thu Bui. Thu is currently a writer at Asian Raisins and has been living in the Netherlands for three years. Through this piece, Thu wants to draw the hard line between being funny and being racist.   Raise your hands if you’ve ever been the subject of a distasteful racial […]

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